Monthly Archive

July 2021

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Local News
Blaise Wozniak

One death, 43 New Cases of COVID-19 Monday

One death and 43 new cases of COVID-19 were reported Monday in Saskatchewan, along with 23 recoveries. Of the new cases; 20 are in the far northeast, 12 are in the far northwest, 5 are in Saskatoon, ... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

25% of Canadian Women May Not Return to Sports After Pandemic

One in four women in Canada are not committed to returning to sports once the pandemic is over. That according to new research from Canadian Women and Sport, E-Alliance, and Jumpstart Charities. Ren... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Baler Destroyed in Grass Fire Near Chaplin on Friday

The eastbound lanes of Highway 1 between Ernfold and Chaplin were closed for a number of hours Friday afternoon due to a grass fire. In an update from the RCMP Monday, they said that a baler and the ... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Drive-Thru and Booked Vaccine Appointments to Discontinue Aug 8

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) announced Monday that as of August 8, drive-thru and appointments booked online or over the phone will be discontinued. In place of that, the SHA will shift its... read more..

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Hayley Shirkey

Saskatchewan NDP Holds 'Day of Action' in Moose Jaw

The Saskatchewan New Democratic Party held ‘A Day of Action’ at the Moose Jaw Union Centre on Saturday to campaign early for the upcoming election, by going door to door aroun... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Moose Jaw Shrine Club's Children's Festival Begins July 31

The Moose Jaw Shrine Club is once again taking its annual children’s festival virtually this year.  This is the second time the festival will be held online. It was first held online last year d... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Moose Jaw Exhibition Grounds Back in Full Swing

After taking a bit of a hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Moose Jaw Exhibition Grounds will once again be buzzing with activity.  Other than hosting vaccine clinics, the exhibition gr... read more..

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Super User

Vaccine Passport Debate Continues

The role of vaccine passports in Saskatchewan is still being debated, although the provincial government has stated they won’t be changing their mind on not requiring them.  Health Ministe... read more..

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Super User

Dangerous Situation Avoided At Provincial Park

A potentially tragic situation was averted thanks to the staff at a water park in Battlefords Provincial Park on Thursday.   The park, operated by Saskatchewan Aquatic Adventures, feat... read more..

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Super User

Passing Lanes Opened North of Prince Albert

Dignitaries gathered for the ribbon-cutting for the passing lanes on Highway 2 north of Prince Albert Thursday. The two sets of passing lanes are located between Prince Albert and Christopher Lak... read more..

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Super User

Crops Stressed With Heat, Little Moisture

The weekly crop report from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture stating crops are stressed due to the lack of moisture this year, and the heat and dry conditions are causing the crops t... read more..

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Super User

Seniors Income Plan Benefits Increase

The provincial government increased the maximum monthly benefit for the Seniors Income Plan this month. It was also announced the maximum benefit for the program will be increased by $30 a year for th... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Phyllis Dewar Pool Temporarily Closed

According to The City of Moose Jaw due to a water main break on Fairford St., the Phyllis Dewar Outdoor Pool will be closed until further notice.  Those with outdoor pool bookings will be contac... read more..

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Super User

Premier, Counterparts Call for Border Re-Opening

The premiers of two provinces, including Saskatchewan, and the governors of three states have penned a letter to the leaders of the two countries calling for the borders to be re-opened.   ... read more..

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Super User

Sask Polytechnic, SATCC Receive New Funding From Province

New funding, to the tune of $13 million, was announced by the provincial government this past week. The money is for Saskatchewan Polytechnic as well as the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and T... read more..

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Super User

Doctors Dealing With Own Mental Health During Pandemic

According to researchers at the University of Saskatchewan, doctors in Saskatchewan saw the rate of depression and anxiety climb within their ranks while they treated patients during the COVID-19 pa read more..

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Super User

Watercraft Inspection Stations Looking for Aquatic Invasive Species

A reminder for those travelling across provincial and even international borders with a boat in tow – keep an eye out for watercraft inspection stations.   In Saskatchewan, it is mand... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Two Deaths, 51 New Cases of COVID-19 and 25 Recoveries

Two new deaths, 51 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Saskatchewan Thursday, along with 25 recoveries. 312 cases are considered active right now and 64 people are in hospital with 10 of those in ... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

New Funding to Help Restore Grassland South of Moose Jaw

The Government of Canada announced $25 million dollars in funding over the next three years directed toward three environmental projects in the prairies, including one in Saskatchewan. Ducks Unlimite... read more..

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Hayley Shirkey

Moose Jaw Multicultural Council Looking for Donations

The Moose Jaw Multicultural Council is gearing up to welcome several newcomer families to the city.  The Council is looking for a variety of different household items to help set up newcomers' h... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

New Commanding Officer Returning to 15 Wing After 30 Years

Nearly 30 years ago, Col. Jonathan Bouchard from Montreal was a flight student, spending a couple of years at 15 Wing Moose Jaw.  Now, in 2021, Bouchard has been named the new commanding of... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Repairs to Ninth Avenue Southwest on City Council Agenda

Only one decision item is on the public agenda when Moose Jaw city council meets on Monday night.  City administration is putting forward a recommendation to submit an expression of interest&nbs... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Missing Kids from Regina Beach Located Unharmed

After nearly an entire week of searching, the Regina Police Service has located two missing Regina Beach youths safe and sound. The Lumsden RCMP first reported the missing teenagers, both only 13, on... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Two Drop-In Vaccine Clinics Open in Moose Jaw Today

The vaccine clinic at the Moose Jaw Exhibition Grounds is accepting walk-in appointments today, July 23, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and will be offering Pfizer. Shots are available on a first-come-first... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Former Moose Jaw Resident Talks About Living in Japan During Olympics

The 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic games have begun and with COVID-19 cases spiking within Japan's capital city, organizers have had to take extra precautions. Olympic athletes are not required to have re... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Transition House to Hold Charity Golf Tournament in August

A day of prizes, food, and golf, all for a good cause. The Moose Jaw Transition House will be hosting their second annual charity golf tournament in August at Deer Ridge Golf and Country Club, and it... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Riverhurst Bean Festival Celebrating Pulse Crops in Sask.

The Village of Riverhurst will once again be celebrating pulse crops in Saskatchewan at the third annual Bean Festival on Saturday.  It all kicks off at 8 a.m. with the food concession... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

26 New Cases of COVID-19 and 20 Recoveries

26 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Saskatchewan Thursday, along with 20 recoveries. 287 cases are considered active right now and 59 people are in hospital with 11 of those in intensive care. ... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Humane Society to Keep Viewings by Appointment Policy

As many stores and businesses are reopening from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Moose Jaw Humane Society will be keeping at least one of its new policies.  During the pandemic, the pets at the anima... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Mosaic Place Prepared, Excited for Reopening

Mosaic Place is looking forward to opening its doors back up to the public in the coming months, but although its doors have been closed to the public for over a year now, that doesn't mean that the i... read more..

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